T-Mobile and Alcatel haven’t released any details on the “One Touch Fierce” but some FCC docs and some “in the wild” images show clear T-Mobile branding. There isn’t a whole lot we know about the phone, but we do know it has a 5 megapixel rear camera, runs Android 4.1.2, comes packed with a 1800mAh battery, offers Wi-Fi calling support, a microSD slot and three capacitive buttons. That’s not a lot to go on, but for an introductory smartphone I wouldn’t expect much from under the hood. Still, it might serve a purpose as a nice mid-range prepaid smartphone for first-time smartphone buyers.
With FCC approval, the Alcatel One Touch is a step closer to a retail arrival, so we’ll keep an eye out for more detail.